Bulls Head373 Lonsdale Road, London
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Technically a riverside pub (although the main road lies between) dating from 1845, and now protected from high tides by a concrete wall across the road. It towers over the adjacent corner building that is now the recently reopened Watermans Arms. The Bulls Head (and famous music room, albeit reduced in size) is now part of the Geromino Inns chain and underwent a complete and costly refurbishment in 2013, reopening on 12th December. The jazz room has now been relocated to the former Thai restaurant at the back. Upstairs has also been brought into use as additional restaurant space. Usually 2 guest beers supplement the regulars. Bar menu: 12pm-10pm (9pm Sun).